Gunnery guide: T-64A

Overview When it first rolled off the line at the Kharkiv plant, the T-64 took the world by storm. With a low height, wide stance, auto-loaded 125mm cannon, and revolutionary composite sandwich armor to thwart HEAT rounds, this tank was unlike anything seen before, and it heralded a new age of main battle tank design. ...
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Gunnery guide: M2

One of the most recognizable armored vehicles of the Cold War era and beyond, the M2 series infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) has a reputation for being second to none. With space for a squad of infantry and a full set of weapon systems to support them, the M2 is a true jack of all trades.In GHPC, the base-model M2 fills t...
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Gunnery guide: M60A1 RISE (Passive)

The M60A1 RISE (Passive) is one of the many upgrades the M60 tank family went through during its long service history. The RISE package (Reliability Improved Selected Equipment) and the addition of a passive night vision system without need of an infrared searchlight (hence the "Passive" in the name) set this tank apart ...
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Gunnery guide: BMP-1

A game called "Gunner, HEAT, PC!" would be sorely lacking without one of the most recognizable "PC" type vehicles of all time: the Soviet-designed Боевая Машина Пехоты (БМП), meaning literally "infantry fighting vehicle".  The BMP series of vehicles, as it is known in the West, has served in countless conflicts, with rol...
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Gunnery guide: M1IP

Since its inception in the 1980s, the M1 series main battle tank has been one of the most iconic fighting vehicles in the western world.  A veteran of numerous theatres and conflicts, this tank has proven itself both deadly and resilient, and its modern variants are expected to remain in service for years to come.  GHPC ...
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Gunnery guide: T-72M1

The T-72 is one of the most recognizable and widely used tanks in the modern world.  Its variants have served in numerous conflicts, and a thoroughly modernized version continues to serve as the primary combat tank of the Russian Federation to this day.  In GHPC, the East German Nationale Volksarmee (NVA) uses the T-72M1...
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Getting started in GHPC

The player-controlled units in Gunner, HEAT, PC! share common controls and gameplay - you can learn them once and then switch to a new vehicle and already know most of what you need.  This guide will explain these universal concepts.  To get help with using a specific vehicle's gunnery systems, see the GHPC gunnery guide...
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GHPC gunnery guides

Gunner, HEAT, PC! offers detailed depictions of gunnery systems for a variety of vehicles and weapons.  Some of these require specific knowledge in order to use them to their full potential.  For convenience, we've assembled a list of all gunnery guides written for the game so far.  TANKSM1IPhttps://gunnerheatpc.com/news...
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Gunnery guide: T-55A

The T-55A is a medium tank produced by the Soviet Union and used by an astonishing variety of military units over the years.  By all accounts, the T-54/T-55 is broadly the most numerous tank ever produced, with some production estimates reaching nearly 100,000 units.  In the GHPC demo, the T-55A is featured in the servic...
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Gunnery guide: M60A3 TTS

The M60A3 TTS is a main battle tank (MBT) used by the U.S. Army in the 1980s.  Its main armament is the M68E1, a 105 mm cannon based on the venerable British L7 design and capable of defeating a wide array of armored and unarmored targets.  Serving as a stopgap between the aging M60A1 and the Abrams series of tanks, the ...
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